hi, guys i am sorry but i am realy happy, 2 news,
1: I live in toronto, in canada, and there is an airport called battneville, i went there today, i bought my pedals and yoke, i tried it flying, so hard, with the pedals i am so upset i dont know how to use them, they are so sensative. but i ma happy i have both.
2: In this airport, i asked for flying lessons and u know what ?.... they said that i am good an next year i am gonna studdy ibn flying school for my PPL !!!!!!!!!!, so i am gonna go to 2 schools for flying, the air cadets witch the procces abit slower, and the flying school at this airport.
i am so happy, so i just posted here, about the pedals its hard but worth it ! like u real pilot !
Congratulations on both, and enjoy both!
yea thx, but its a bit hard to control the peddals
i am practicing now, when i am ok i will continue flying
Congratulations on your additional setup and the starting of your PPL - Good luck!
I just use a mouse and keyboard and although my setup is adaquate and I have all the trim controls to my liking I often wonder what I'm missing by not having a yoke and pedals. A few more monitors would be nice as well. FS supports multiple monitors do many other flight sims and is it hard work to configure?
Flight Simulator is so much more enjoyable with a joy stick. I don't see how anyone flies without it(FS2004). I would highly recommend that you get a joystick. You can get one for $20-$30 at Walmart or BestBuy. Controlling the aircraft with your hands on the stick is flying. Maneuvering a Piper Cub or the Extra 300 is what it's about. Hand flying a ILS in the Boeing 737-400. Without the joy stick, it's very unrealistic. You just push buttons and watch the autopilot fly. You may as well just watch a flight simulator video! Get a joy stick and experience flight.